Because he knows Self (enlightened), the wise one is not disrupted by practical life. He is deep and still, like a vast lake. He is not like ordinary people. His sorrows, illusions and confusion have vanished. Even doing nothing, the dull one is forevermore subtly anxious and distracted. Even amidst great action, the wise one … Continue reading To be deep and still, like a vast lake
The fool thinks inner-peace comes by controlling the mind -- by doing this and that or by going hither and thither. He will never attain it thus, given that the ultimate Truth is well beyond such mundane forms and practices. The wise one, on the other hand perfectly Knows Truth, and is supreme Stillness itself.